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01.Apr.2021
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AmigaOS 4: New audio driver for Intel HD Audio
A new AHI driver for AmigaOS 4 supports PCIe cards with sound chips meeting the HD Audio specifications. The archive also includes a simple "mixer" for controlling the volume.

Which cards do work (verified):
  • Creative Labs Soundblaster Audigy FX (24bit/192kHz 5.1)
  • Startech PEXSOUND7CH (24bit/192kHz 7.1) -> Available under many different brands
  • Fransande 411944 (24bit/192kHz 7.1) -> Available under many different brands
Cards that should work:
  • Terratec AUREON 7.1 PCIe (will arive shortly for verfication)
  • Basically every combination of HDaudio controllers and HD audio multichannel codecs (eg. CA0113, CM8828, CM8888, CM9882A ALC898 etc)
Older cards that might work (no guarantees):
  • Asus Xonar Phoebus solo (CM8888 in combination with high quality discrete DACs)
  • Powercolor Devil HDX (CM8888 in combination with discrete DACs)
Cards that do not work (yet):
  • Core3d (CA0132) based Sound Blasters (Eg Z, AE-5, AE-7, AE-9 etc). These cards have a DSP (ca0132) instead of an audio codec. Support is planned but don't hold your breath because extensive and undocumented configuration is required.
Cards that will never work:
  • PCIe Asus soundcards that are on sale now. These cards are either AV100 ( rebadged CMI8788), CM8786 or C-media 6632AX (USB chip) based. Neither of these chips comply with the Intel HDaudio standard
  • Sound blaster Audigy RX and all other EMU based or X-FI based sound blasters. (do not comply with the Intel HD audio standard)
  • Non-PCIe soundcards in general like external USB cards
(cg) (Translation: dr)

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